Book Review: Childhood Cancer and the Family: The Challenge of Stressors and Support

Johanna Shapiro, PhD

The book Childhood Cancer and the Family represents the culmination of many years of careful research and investigation by its authors. It is wide-ranging in scope, and that breadth of vision is perhaps the overarching message of the book: that childhood cancer is a disease not only of children but of parents, siblings, grandparents, friends, and neighbors – indeed of entire communities.

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